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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 7 Of 28

HeadSqueeze: The 10 Most Mind-Blowing Space Facts

HeadSqueeze: The 10 Most Mind-Blowing Space Facts
Head Squeeze pulled together the 10 most mind-blowing space facts from the history of the program and they are pretty incredible.

A Tribute to Six Women Who Changed Science

A Tribute to Six Women Who Changed Science
Hydrogene, a Tumblr artist and graduate student in art and graphic design, created this loving tribute to “Six Women Who Changed Science. And The World.”…

The Amazing World Science U is Now Live

The Amazing World Science U is Now Live
Learn science from the world's top educators by tapping the power of the digital realm to create a new kind of science education with Brian Greene and World Science U.

The Scale of the Solar System: The Moon = 1 Pixel

The Scale of the Solar System: The Moon = 1 Pixel
The scale of the solar system if the Moon were only 1 pixel: A tediously accurate scale model of the solar system.

Inventing the Game of Life: Numberphile

Inventing the Game of Life: Numberphile
Mathematician John H. Conway talks about the inspiration and development of his life-simulation software, Game of Life, back in 1970.

The Time of Apollo: A 1975 NASA Documentary

The Time of Apollo: A 1975 NASA Documentary
Burgess Meredith narrates this documentary film from 1975, looking back at the then-recent success of NASA's Apollo program which safely landed men on the Moon.

2.5 Ways to Die in a Black Hole

2.5 Ways to Die in a Black Hole
The PBS television series, NOVA, takes a look at the current theories on how your life would end if you decided to fly into a black hole. Pro tip: it's not pretty.

Welcome Subject: GlaDOS Works for NASA

Welcome Subject: GlaDOS Works for NASA
NASA is searching for a new A.I. system to help around NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope and they seem to have found the perfect candidate: GLaDOS.

The Most Important Science Images: It’s OK to be Smart

The Most Important Science Images: It’s OK to be Smart
Joe Hanson of It's Okay to be Smart gives us his list of the images he considers to be the most important science images in history. From Copernicus's heliocentric model to Earthrise.

Peeling Back the Layers of NASA Landsat Data

Peeling Back the Layers of NASA Landsat Data
This NASA video explains what sorts of data is captured by NASA's Landsat satellites and how that data can be used to analyze Earth's surface, plant growth, and much more.

Incredible Mini Museum Kickstarter Project

Incredible Mini Museum Kickstarter Project
Hans Fex has been collecting amazing items for the past 35 years and he's now putting them together in what he calls Mini Museums. You can get your own via his Kickstarter campaign.

Prof. Brian Greene Offers Free Physics Classes

Prof. Brian Greene Offers Free Physics Classes
Professor Brian Greene will be hosting the first courses for WorldScienceU on Einstein's Special Relativity on line and free.

Five Crazy Ideas to Clean Up Orbiting Space Junk

Five Crazy Ideas to Clean Up Orbiting Space Junk
In this video, Sophie Bushwick of Scientific American takes a look at five of the strangest ideas proposed to clean up orbiting space junk.
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